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Presentation
Case Study: What Gets Students in an Online Program to Flip Out Over Learning?
2015 AECT International Convention (2015)
  • Sujatha Jagdeep, Boise State University
  • Quincy Conley, Boise State University
  • Carrie L. Lewis
Abstract
The authors will present their findings from an exploratory case study currently in progress designed to examine the effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom Model as an instructional strategy in an online graduate program. The purpose of the study is to investigate the correlation between the instructional strategies associated with the flipped model and how they help the transfer of knowledge and skills for students. The session benefits instructional designers, corporate trainers, and other training professionals.
Publication Date
November 5, 2015
Citation Information
Sujatha Jagdeep, Quincy Conley and Carrie L. Lewis. "Case Study: What Gets Students in an Online Program to Flip Out Over Learning?" 2015 AECT International Convention (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/quincy_conley/9/